Camillo Botticini Architect completed the layout of Alps Villa, a spacious minimalist villa perched 2,300 feet up on a mountain pass in Lumezzane, Italy. Integrated in a sublime organic atmosphere, the residence is an oasis of tranquility.
“The landscape is characterized by a valley to the south and a frame of green mountains with peaks of dolomite rock to the north,” the architect stated. “It’s shut to the urban region, but at the same time far away, exactly where the grazing sheep and the scent of mountain herbs seem to be to have stopped time.”
The 3,875-square-foot house, constructed of oxidized copper and wood, has an intriguing form and design and style. 3 volumes varying in height are merged to develop an irregular C-shaped floor prepare. A single of them is made up of 3 bedrooms another features the residing area, whose ceilings soar over 14 feet.
The interior design also is highly modern day, with white plaster walls, expansive windows and minimalist furnishings. Sustainable characteristics contain a geothermal system, a heat pump and ventilated walls. [Photography by Nicolò Galeazzi]
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